On March 11, 2010, we did a post called Planetary Empaths, about individuals who seems to exhibit physical symptoms before a catastrophe occurs. The sensitivity of animals to pending disasters is well-documented, but there isn’t much written about human sensitivity to these events.
The catastrophes may be natural – earthquakes, tsunamis, hurricanes, volcanic eruptions, floods, whatever – or they can be terrorist related. They are usually global in nature and impact a great number of people. Today (January 4, with a solar eclipse in Capricorn), we received several reports from individuals who frequent our blog who are experiencing these symptoms again.
Here are the predominant symptoms:
burning, watering eyes
ringing in one or both ears
nausea, spatial disorientation
depression unrelated to whatever is going on in their lives, a feeling of profound sadness
left ear “popping”
a general sense of malaise
bouts of crying out of a sense of despair, but the origin of the despair is unknown
It’s interesting that the symptoms are being felt during this period of massive deaths among birds and fish in Arkansas and elsewhere, with the newest report about tens of thousands of dead fish in the Chesapeake Bay.
If you’re experiencing anything like this, please leave a comment or email us.